A super easy math activity with sparkly pompom “fireworks”! Little Hurricane had the most fun with it, so I focused on preschool math. It’s simple to adapt for older children, too, as I did when Engineer showed an interest. Affiliate links included for your convenience. Sparkly pompom math activity Like I said above, this is aKeep Reading
The boys and I have been into July 4th activities recently. Today’s patriotic craft came about because we had a huge pile of coffee filters! With that in mind, I knew I wanted to incorporate some ideas from Housing a Forest’s Monster Marker Prints. decorate for the 4th with this patriotic craft Amazon links areKeep Reading
I loved the fireworks fun from our last Share It Saturday! They inspired this fireworks-filled collection of 4th of July arts and crafts. Come and find some inspiration for Independence Day. 4th of July Arts and Crafts for the Kids Fireworks Tie-Dye Shirt from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails Fireworks Art from Sugar AuntsKeep Reading
My preschoolers had such fun with splat art during the school year, so I wanted to try it out during the summer too. With July 4th coming up, I thought the kids and I could create some fireworks paintings! Fireworks Painting with Pompoms and Bath Sponges This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Thanks forKeep Reading
So many great ideas were shared last week, including some fun ways for kids to celebrate July 4th and Canada Day! Before today’s link-up, I’d love to share those ideas with you.
Today, I want to share a few simple activities about Memorial Day for kids. I hope you find my explanations and ideas helpful! Why we celebrate Memorial Day:For many, Memorial Day is looked at as a “kick-off” for summer — pools opening, school drawing to a close, and the finalizing of vacation plans. At itsKeep Reading
Being a Marine Corps “brat” (my dad’s retired), it’s no surprise that I love including a preschool patriotic theme in my annual planning! I don’t do a full theme every year, but I like to incorporate some of the ideas at relevant times. Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day are perfect examples. These activitiesKeep Reading